Does WaveNetVocalizer Work?

TTS or Text To Speech technology has been around for quite some time. Its purpose is exactly what the name implies, to convert text to speech or audio. However, TTS is very unrealistic and is only used for one of either two purposes: for people who are unable to speak; or just for parody videos or having fun in general. But this is the 21st century, and technology has advanced so far. When we see or hear the word “DeepMind” what comes into mind first is the amazing AI they have created – AI that can defeat players in Go, Chess, and even Starcraft. Aside from those, DeepMind has also made advanced TTS AI that mimics real human voices called WaveNet. What if you can use the power of WaveNet, to create your very own videos that have realistic speech, without hiring voice-over artists? Thankfully, Andrew Darius and his partner have developed a new cloud-based software that can do just that. It is called WaveNetVocalize, and you can start using it at as low as $10 per month.

WaveNetVocalize is set to launch on the 8th of May 2019, at exactly 10:00 EDT. This cloud-based software can tap into the power of WaveNet and create realistic voices in literally just seconds. You can select from over 57 different voices and 21 languages and dialects. Using this software is as easy as selecting your voice and language, then pasting your text, then pressing create. It also can automatically store your voice-overs in Dropbox, Amazon S3, or Google Drive. This product also comes with a commercial license, meaning you can sell voice-overs in the market or just sell your services to businesses.

WaveNetVocalize is a groundbreaking TTS software that can tap into the power of WaveNet. If you are sick of old TTS technology or just interested by the idea of realistic TTS, then remember to come back here shortly after this product has gone live. You can do that by saving this page by pressing the bookmark button in your browser. We will soon be updating this post with more information on the product.

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